Dianthus includes a number of well-known plants (such as pinks, sweet William and carnation) that are easy to grow in most climates as long as you can provide full sunshine and well-drained soil. But what else do these plants need? How involved is the care of dianthus in the garden? Read these articles for tips on caring for dianthus plants.
Carnation septoria leaf spot is a common, yet highly destructive, disease that spreads rapidly from plant to plant. However, septoria leaf spot of carnations is relatively easy to manage if caught early. To learn more about this disease, click the following article.
There are few things as delightful as carnations. They are relatively easy plants to grow but can develop fungal problems. Carnations with rhizoctonia stem rot, for instance, are a common problem. Click here to learn the symptoms and treatment for this common disease.
Carnations have a rich and meaningful history, and are some of the oldest cultivated flowers. Despite this, they are susceptible to a number of issues, like fusarium wilt disease. The following contains info on treating carnation fusarium wilt.
Clove pink herb plants are related to carnations and the recognizable scent of clove is borne on the blooms. These lovely little plants are charming additions to the garden. Learn how to grow clove pink herbs in this article.
Dianthus are low maintenance plants prized for their ruffly blooms and sweet-spicy scent. If you?re wondering what to plant with dianthus in your garden, click this article to get some helpful tips and suggestions.
Oftentimes, I am asked by customers for specific plants only by description. For example, ?I?m looking for a plant I saw that?s grass-like but has little pink flowers.? I find it is Firewitch dianthus that has caught their eye. Learn more about it here.